What It Means to “Eat Clean”
The least processed foods provide the nutrients and energy your body needs to feel and perform great. Amanda Carlson-Phillips, nutrition director for Athletes’ Performance, explains how to distinguish these “clean” foods from their industrial alternatives. So when it’s time to eat, you’ll be prepared to make smart decisions.
About The Author
Amanda Carlson-Phillips – Amanda Carlson-Phillips is the vice president of nutrition and research at EXOS. As a registered dietitian, she has provided educational seminars and individual counseling to a variety of professional and elite sports organizations.